Cardiff got their bid for automatic promotion from the Sky Bet Championship back on track with a hard-fought 2-0 win at Norwich. The Bluebirds were on the back foot for long periods but held firm and nicked all three points with goals in the final five minutes from Kenneth Zohore and Junior Hoilett. It was a timely boost for the visitors, who had taken just one point from their three previous fixtures to slip out of the top two, but they still have their destiny in their own hands as the season heads for its climax. Sorry, this content isn’t available on your device. Dennis Srbeny tested Bluebirds keeper Neil Etheridge with a low shot after just nine minutes while the Canaries went even closer on the half-hour mark when a quick Moritz Leitner corner caught the visitors napping and Srbeny flicked the ball against the upright before it was hacked to safety. Then, on the stroke of half-time, substitute Bruno Ecuele Manga carelessly gave away possession inside the box, allowing Leitner to square for the busy Srbeny, who was thwarted by an excellent block from Sean Morrison. Cardiff also had their chances in an exciting first half. Craig Bryson… Read full this story
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